Gottingen Dogmatics

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Overview

One of the greatest theologians of the twentieth century, Karl Barth is best known for his monumental Church Dogmatics, a work that changed the modern theological landscape. It is less well known that Barth taught three distinct cycles of course sin dogmatics during his lifetime. His first effort consisted of a series of lectures at the University of Göttingen in 1924–1925. These provocative lectures are available in English in The Göttingen Dogmatics, an accessible and profoundly pastoral work.
A superb, substantive introduction by Daniel L. Migliore, professor of systematic theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, highlights the theological historical significance of The Göttingen Dogmatics and compares this work with Barth's Church Dogmatics. Migliore points out, among other things, the intimate bond between dogmatics and preaching: in the Göttingen lectures we see a Barth "who tenaciously does theology -- indeed defines theology -- in relation to preaching a pastoral praxis."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780802833372
  • Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/1/1991
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 556
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Meet the Author

(1886—1968) Karl Barth was professor of dogmatic theology at the University of Basel, Switzerland. He is considered by some to be the greatest Protestant theologian of the twentieth century and possibly the greatest since the Reformation. Among his most famous works are Church Dogmatics and The Epistle to the Romans.
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Table of Contents

Karl Barth's First Lectures in Dogmatics: Instruction in the Christian Religion by Daniel L. Migliore

Introduction

  1. The Word of God as the Problem of Dogmatics
  2. Preaching as the Starting Point and Goal of Dogmatics
  3. Chapter 1: The Word of God as Revelation

  4. Deus dixit
  5. Man and His Question
  6. God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
  7. The Incarnation of God
  8. Faith and Obedience
  9. Chapter 2: The Word of God as Holy Scripture

  10. The Scripture Principle
  11. Authority
  12. Freedom
  13. Chapter 3: The Word of God as Christian Preaching

  14. Pure Doctrine
  15. The Dogmatic Norm
  16. Dogmatic Thinking
  17. Chapter 4: The Doctrine of God

  18. Introduction: The Material and the Task of Dogmatics
  19. The Knowability of God
  20. The Nature of God
  21. The Attributes of God
  22. The Election of Grace

Indexes

I. Subjects
II. Names
III. Scripture References
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